The call for tutorials is now officially closed. On the Tutorials page in the content menu of this webpage, a list of accepted tutorials can be found.
The Tutorials Chair of GECCO 2017 invites domain experts to submit proposals for presenting a tutorial at GECCO 2017. The deadline for this, which is NON-EXTENSIBLE, is as follows:
- Proposals for tutorials: November 7, 2016
Tutorials at GECCO 2017 will be presented by domain experts to cover current topics relevant to evolutionary computation researchers and practitioners. Each tutorial will be 110 minutes long. We encourage the inclusion of interactive activities and demos.
Tutorials will be free to all GECCO 2017 attendees. It is expected that all the instructors involved in a tutorial will attend the conference. One instructor/presenter of each accepted tutorial will be able to register for GECCO at half the regular rate. (The discount can be divided among tutorial instructors if there are more than one. Each presenter is eligible for only a single tutorial discount, i.e., it is not possible to aggregate discounts from more tutorials).
Accepted tutorials' slide sets will be published as part of a companion volume to the conference proceedings in the ACM Digital library.
Tutorial Proposal Submission Instruction
Each tutorial proposal should include:
- A half-page extended abstract (in plain text) that includes: the title of the tutorial, the name and affiliation of the instructor(s), and a description of the tutorial scope and content.
- Short bio of the instructor(s) (about half page in plain text).
- [Highly encouraged] A description of any interactive activity or demo planned within the tutorial presentation.
Tutorial proposals should be submitted by e-mail to the GECCO 2017 Tutorials Chair:
Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic
Email: petr.posik at fel.cvut.cz
Tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the Tutorials Chair and other members of the GECCO 2017 organizing committee. Final decisions will be made based on GECCO attendees' likely interest, the breadth and depth of the topic(s), and the expertise and credentials of the instructor(s).
The outcome of the review process is scheduled to be announced on December 5, 2016.